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IAmNick

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  1. I reckon they can name a target - wasn't Brownhill a Johnson favourite while he was at Barnsley? Coincidence perhaps, but was he the only one?
  2. Semenyo goal: https://streamja.com/akB5W
  3. Does that count as the goal that starts Semenyo scoring every other game or not?
  4. Wells goal: https://streamja.com/ewBnq
  5. Fam just got a touch on it to take it away from Fielding from what I can see https://streamja.com/ZJ9yO
  6. Penalty incident: https://streamja.com/ZJ9yO Fam goal: https://streamja.com/vV7mM
  7. http://liveonscore.tv/soccer-streams/england-fa-cup/millwall-vs-bristol-city/ (really good quality) http://ace5.usite.pro/k3.html https://cr7soccer.club/socc14/Millwall.php
  8. On recruitment: Runs contrary to a lot of belief on here!
  9. I broadly agree, I'm being a bit facetious really. As I mentioned though I'm more looking at long term trends otherwise we get into "ok we won a game so now we're on an upward trend! Wait we lost two, now we're on a downward one" again when it comes to 3 points between 9th and 14th. The long term trend I see was lower table, a season of challenging to some degree, and now a couple mid table. I haven't seen anything this season to make me think that the current trend will change in a positive way - and not just in a points on the board sense.
  10. Thought a couple of quotes were interesting: It's Ashton asking Lansdown who he should sell and when - no mention of Dean in there. Dean is mentioned here however - so could just be poor wording? These two almost sound contradictory to me. It's totally up to the manager - because that's what Steve has said. It sounds a bit like Ashton asks Lansdown, who gives an opinion, and Ashton then tells it to Dean... in this case it happened to be "play him if you want". Maybe that's normal? But it does make it sound a bit like it's not the managers choice to do
  11. Ah ok, so if we arbitrarily start using average position rather looking at the recent trend then it's not downhill, got it! Also generally I'm not sure what you call the other side of a peak, but a common word is again, downhill. Flippancy aside I agree he didn't start the fire, but I don't think he's helping arrest it either. I think there's a bigger picture here.
  12. What about the seasons before that? 3rd, 47 points, +14 GD? Sounds like backwards to me! I think people would say considering the huge increase in expenditure and the increase in the wage budget that gaining the same points total is going backwards in meaningful terms.
  13. Great / thought provoking post, and I broadly agree. I think I'd put more blame at Lee's door personally, as otherwise in my mind I can't help the nagging feeling that correlation doesn't always equal causation. The Wolves game where it "all went wrong" we had as you've mentioned 6 "pre Ashton" players, and 5 "Ashton / Lee" players (Wright, Baker, Magnússon, Brownhill, Paterson)... with 2 more coming on as subs (Taylor, Eliasson) which is a reasonable picture of us at that time I think. That's the season as you mentioned we looked best right which I don't think there'd be much disagreemen
  14. I get your overall point but it's worth sticking to the facts. Teams with a negative net transfer spend in... 2018/19: Swansea (38.34m), WBA (10.27m), Boro (23.93m), Derby (400k), PNE (333k), Millwall (4.14m), Brentford (25.56m), S Utd (5.13m), Ipswich (6.81m), Norwich (28.94m), S Weds (1.53m), QPR (3.6m), Reading (540k), Wigan (1.17m) 2019/20: Cardiff (1.61m), Huddersfield (14.49m), Leeds (27.36m), WBA (14.19m), Boro (9.57m), Forest (8.78m), Swansea (35.21m), Brentford (5.64m), S Weds (3.87m), Hull (16.7m), PNE (5m), Brum (12.17m), QPR (7.51m), Luton (8.4m), Barnsley
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